Shabir Ahluwalia (born 10 August 1979) is an Indian television actor and host. He is majorly known for portraying the role of Abhishek Mehra in Kumkum Bhagya (twist of fate)
Sabir Ahluwalia, who shot to fame with the negative character of Rishi in Rajeev Khandelwal and Amna Sharif's Kahiin To Hoga, has come a long way since then. Be it playing a spoilt brat, a passionate lover or a doting husband, Shabir has played each one of these characters convincingly.
He is currenly playing Rockstar Abhi in Twist of fate (Kumkum Bhagya), but we feel he's truly a rockstar in real life too. Here's why.
He loves his work and the passion comes alive on screen.
Shabir aka abhi believes in work-life balance. Sources reveal that the actor wraps up his shoot as early as he can and rushes home to take care of his two lovely kids --Azai and Ivarr .
Shabir often gives compliments to his wife and actress Kanchi Kaul and spends quality time with her. Their romantic holiday pics prove that their relationship is going from strength to strength.
Despite his hectic schedule, he takes out time for workout and fitness.
Shabir aka abhi is not only a good father and husband, he's also an awesome friend. Need proof?
His fans would agree that he is one of the most handsome actors we have in television.
That all for now. Now over to you
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